In 2005 I left Seattle Times where I had worked as a staff photographer for twenty two years, first as a sports photographer and designer, moving on to work on an array of international, domestic and regional assignments. For eight years I was the staff photographer for the newspaper's Sunday magazine, shooting nearly 300 cover stories both in the pacific northwest and around the world. I am a story driven photographer interested in shooting truthful photographs that are both timeless and timely.

In addition to my work at the Times, I have photographed both self-generated and assigned stories for LIFE, Sports Illustrated, TIME, People and The National Geographic Society. I also photograph projects for corporate clients looking for a journalistic approach and I have collaborated with artists, dancers and authors to produce images that promote their work.

I have received regional and national awards for photography from The Society for Newspaper Design, Society of Professional Journalists, The NFL Hall of Fame, The Associated Press and from the National Press Photographers Association. My photographs of the WTO riots in Seattle were part of a staff entry that was a finalist for a Pulitzer Prize.
1983-2005 Freelance for LIFE, Sports Illustrated, TIME, People, The National Geographic Society, and other national and international publications
1999-2005 Staff photographer for the Seattle Times
1991-1999 Staff photographer for the Pacific Northwest Magazine (Sunday magazine of the Seattle Times)
1983-1990 Staff photographer for the Seattle Times
1980-1983 Staff photographer for the Eugene Register-Guard
1980 Summer photo intern at Florida Times-Union
1979 Summer photo intern at Topeka Capital-Journal
1980 Graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Texas Plan II Honors Program